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World Policy On Air, Ep. 149: “Turkey’s Imperiled Press”

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As Erdoğan’s Turkey becomes increasingly polarized and intolerant of political opposition, a 1943 novel by Sabahattin Ali demonstrates how literature can introduce dissident themes in ways newspapers cannot. On this week’s episode of World Policy On Air, president of English PEN Maureen Freely discusses the state of Turkish media culture today.

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